El Hostal Puerta Bisagra
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... road to Toledo is an understatement.
It's about a 4.5 hour drive from Seville to Toledo, and our original plan was to leave early in order to have time to stop at Cordoba, maybe for lunch but definitely to visit the Cathedral, which is constructed in what was once a mosque. However, it was after 10:30 by the time we got the car pointed out of town, so we decided that a visit to Cordoba would have to wait for another visit to Spain. Instead, we stopped for lunch at a roadside ...
... winning the European soccer cup last night, and having 10,000 fans outside my window singing and chanting all night long, but that is another story.)
It was a beautiful sunny day which eventually reached 25o, so the weather was great for it.
I took the metro to the Madrid bus depot, and for about $15 got a retutn ticket to Toledo which is about 80 kilometres away. It was a 45 minute drive and pulling into the outskirts of Toledo it was possible to catch glimpses of the Castle ...
... provides a foretaste of the delights that lie ahead in Toldeo's churches, monuments and museums.
From the station we were unsure about whether to take the bus or walk into Toledo. There's something to be said for arriving on foot (I can hear people calling out stupidity and miserly!) but we wanted to take in the view of the city and the Alcántara Bridge, rather than be dropped off by taxi at the Bisagra Gate.
... winding cobble stone streets and beautiful buildings. The cathedral was the first to see. Primate cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo.
I thought I had seen enough churches and cathedrals, but this one was well worth a visit.
Lunch time. I stumbled upon a cute cafe and ordered ...
... seat, so he was able to see a lot of Spain and France from the air. When we arrived at the Madrid airport, and as we were waiting for our backpacks on the baggage carousel, we met some fellow Camino travelers. They were dressed in hiking clothes and wore straw hats. They were two Norweigan brothers and a women who was traveling with them. The one brother had walked the Camino before but this time they are starting ...